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WebTime Entry Training for Work-Study Students _______________________________.

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1 WebTime Entry Training for Work-Study Students _______________________________

2 WebTime Entry Training Objectives Provide an overview of the new system and benefits Demonstration How to… –Login –Report hours worked for current period –View time history _______________________________

3 Why WebTime Entry? WebTime is convenient and efficient Maximizes time processing accuracy Allows you to report hours from any computer Allows your supervisor to review and approve your hours from any computer Enables your supervisor to notify you if changes need to be made to your hours Allows you and your supervisor to review time history _______________________________

4 Accessing WebTime Entry _______________________________ Access WebTime Entry by logging into TheSIS. Need help logging into TheSIS? –You can retrieve your password by clicking “What’s my password?” on the TheSIS Main Menu –Or contact the IT helpdesk or X3033) for

5 A word of CAUTION… Please do not check the “electronic signature” until your timesheet is complete and ready for your supervisor’s approval. Once “electronic signature” is checked, you will be unable to add hours or make changes to your timesheet. _______________________________

6 How to Enter Hours _______________________________

7 How to Enter Hours Select: ‘Log in’ Enter your TheSIS username and password. Select ‘Employees’ (NOT ‘Student’) ______________________________

8 How to Enter Hours Select: ‘Time Entry’ Welcome M. Student _______________________________

9 How to Enter Hours Welcome M. Student Cut-Off Date _______________________________ Select: the Check Box by the pay period for which hours are to be entered. Select: ‘Submit’ Note: If you have more than one position, you will need to select the appropriate position from the list.

10 How to Enter Hours Cut-Off Date _______________________________ Find appropriate date and enter total ‘Hours Worked’ daily. Round hours worked to the nearest quarter hour (.00,.25,.50, or.75) You will not need to enter Annual Leave Hours, Sick Hours, Other Time Hours, Other Time Types, Shift Hours, Shift Type, or Insert Line. Please, ignore these columns. If you enter information in these columns, you will receive an error message.

11 How to Enter Hours Click ‘Submit’ to save the hours entered each day without marking the timesheet as complete. You can return to this form to enter more hours or make changes. _______________________________

12 Signing Your Timesheet Once all hours have been entered, reviewed for accuracy at the end of the month, select the ‘electronic signature’ Check Box and then select ‘Submit’. An automated will be sent to your supervisor when you sign your timesheet notifying him/her your hours are ready for approval. _______________________________

13 Signing Your Timesheet _______________________________ You must enter your ‘electronic signature’ by the ‘Complete By Date/Time’. The ‘Complete By Date/Time’ is 12:00 noon on the first day of the following month. This deadline applies to both weekdays and weekends. The WebTime Entry Best Practice is for you to electronically sign and submit your hours at the end of your last shift each month.

14 Time Entry – Confirmation form If you do NOT mark the ‘electronic signature’ Check Box, the confirmation will specify that the time entry status is ‘not complete’. It will verify any entries during the pay period. If you mark the ‘electronic signature’ Check Box, the confirmation will specify that the time entry status is ‘completed’. You cannot re-enter the timesheet for this pay period. _______________________________

15 Notifications Your supervisor will receive an automated when you electronically sign your timesheet notifying him/her your hours are ready for approval. You will receive an automated when your supervisor approves your hours. You will receive a personalized if your supervisor rejects your hours with instructions for you to make corrections. These corrections must be made before the ‘Complete by Date/Time’ (12 noon on the first day of the month). _______________________________

16 WebTime Entry Best Practices Enter your hours worked on a daily basis Enter your hours and electronically sign your timesheet at the end of your last shift each month (This should always be before the ‘Complete By Date/Time’- 12:00 noon on the first day of the following month) Use OWA calendar reminders for important dates (i.e. Complete by Date/Time) If you receive an that your hours have been rejected, make the corrections your supervisor requests and electronically sign the revised timesheet (This must be done before the ‘Complete By Date/Time’) Contact your supervisor for assistance as needed _______________________________

17 How to View Time History _______________________________

18 How to View Time History _______________________________ Select: ‘Time History’

19 How to View Time History _______________________________ Select the applicable year. Select: ‘Submit’

20 How to View Time History Check the box by the pay period to be reviewed Select: ‘Submit’ _______________________________

21 How to View Your Time History _______________________________ You can review time history for hours, Supervisor’s Decision and electronic signature confirmation

22 To review Financial Aid Office guidelines,visit the Financial Aid website at You will be paid on the 10th of each month (or preceding business day if the 10th falls on a weekend or holiday). _______________________________ Important Notes

23 If you need assistance… Please contact your supervisor. _______________________________ Thanks to Coastal Carolina University for providing a template for this tutorial.


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